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A popular online video site is bringing the irreverent, topical humour of Saturday Night Live to China.
In the 19th Century, art lovers keen to enjoy classical sculptures in the comfort of their own homes would buy a copy in plaster, cast by artisans.
A legal ruling has given film-makers and authors the right to create their own Sherlock Holmes stories in the US without having to pay a licence fee.
UK Music has revealed the importance of touring for generating funds
A look at what the latest round of Premier League action has taught us
What started as a T-shirt parody turned into a far-reaching, £3.5m corporate fight over copyright
The actress criticised the decision to 'censor a woman's sexuality once again'
Double expresso, skinny latte, cappuccino….however you take your coffee, there’s a machine that can make you a perfect cup without leaving the kitchen. We round up the best of the bunch
Anonymous services such as Tor and Bitcoin are being used once more to hide the identity of the site's customers, with 'extra security' promised
Germany's exposure to the NSA's prying eyes is a blunt reminder of the country's past aggression and eventual defeat
English players, English tactics, English glory?
The creative industries estimate that piracy costs them £400m in lost revenues a year
Mr Weatherley pledged to wear an Iron Maiden T-shirt in the Commons chamber after he was elected in 2010 but was denied by the Speaker
French designer accuses UK Government of using his typeface without permission in campaign which has been 'unpopular abroad'
Study also indicated that pirating content was a 'minority activity', with a small number of individuals accounting for the majority of downloads
Study also indicated that pirating content was a "minority activity", with a small number of individuals accounting for the majority of downloads